BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
The good news is that retribution for X-Men Origins: Wolverine is on the way. After years of being stuck in development hell because of studio executives with no vision for the potential of comic book movies, Deadpool is actually moving forward. 20th Century Fox has officially announced that the movie will be released on February 12, 2016 Ė which means that production will start up within the next six months.
Deadpool finished filming this past May, and to commemorate its conclusion, Ryan Reynolds took something from the set he definitely wasnít supposed to.
Deadpool has a lot separating it from most other superhero movies, from its R rating to its fourth wall-breaking anti-hero protagonist. Now Ryan Reynolds has called attention to this key difference as well.
We already know that while Ryan Reynolds' Wade Wilson will headline 2016ís Deadpool he will be far from the only Marvel character to appear in the affair. Now it seems that the film itself will flesh the character out more than we had previously realized.
Although itís been confirmed that all X-Men films and spinoffs will take place in the same world, itís been unclear how much these characters will be interacting with each other, but now weíve learned there will be official crossovers in the future.
Simon Kinberg has admitted that he originally wanted to include Cable in X-Men: Days Of Future Past, but there just wasn't enough room.
Bea Arthur sadly passed away back in 2009, but that fact has not stopped the love of her number one fan: Deadpool. The Merc With The Mouth's passion for the actress has been a running gag in comics for years, and while he has fallen hard for many others, one could argue that she is his true love.
By all accounts, 20th Century Fox is taking full advantage of Deadpoolís R rating, and it will be the violent and profanity-laced adventure that fans have been waiting for.
Weíve drafted this list of the most notable heroes and villains that Marvel canít use right now in their films and whether or not these characters should stay where they are or get back to Marvel Studios as soon as possible.
As many of those great moments as the movie may have, it seems that what will be on the screen will only represent a mere fraction of the witty lines that Ryan Reynolds wound up improving and unleashing on set during production.
Nobody enjoys a good mash-up like we do, and this one is for the ages. Donald Trump wants to clean up America, right? Well, if he lived in the comic book world, he would have options beyond running for President in order to make that happen.
Weíve only had two solo X-Men movies so far ó X-Men Origins: Wolverine and The Wolverine, one of which was a major disaster. However, one X-Men actor isnít convinced the solo X-Men movies are always viable.
They both come from Marvel, but Captain America and Deadpool could not be more different. So imagine how surprising it is to see a Captain America movie trailer edited to feel like next yearís Deadpool film.
With the release of Josh Trankís Fantastic Four in theaters, the comic book movie season for 2015 has officially come to a close. Itís been a very interesting year for the genre.
The Fantastic Four reboot is currently going over like a lead balloon at the box office and the bad press that has been hounding the film since production hasnít stopped with the filmís release. But what about the already announced Fantastic Four 2?
Deadpool will be in theaters next February. As for Daniel Cudmore, he will be part of Warcraft, but isnít expected to show up in X-Men: Apocalypse. Our loss?
Tim Miller's Deadpool is expected to be chock full of characters from Marvel Comics beyond the titular star, including appearances from Weasel (T.J. Miller), Blind Al (Leslie Uggams), Angel Dust (Gina Carano) and more. What you probably don't know, however, is that list was originally going to include the comic book mercenary Garrison Kane as well.
There are a few notable characters from Deadpoolís supporting cast who didnít make the cut for the first film, but director Tim Miller already has a character we wants to include in the potential Deadpool 2.
Last night on Conan, the Deadpool trailer debuted in its gory glory and all was right with the world. Now, in the harsh light of a morning after walk of shame, we have the opportunity to reflect on exactly what we saw.
A few weeks ago, attendees at San Diego Comic-Con got a very special look at one of the most anticipated films of 2016: Tim Miller's Deadpool. The footage was violent, over-the-top, and extremely funny... but 20th Century Fox decided to not release it right away. Thankfully, the forthcoming release of Fantastic Four is changing that story.